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Can a vehicle be repossessed if there is someone inside it?

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2013-07-22 23:40:10
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No, that would constitute a "breach of peace" . However the repossession agent can call the police and request assistance some departments will comply, many will not due to the fact that it is a civil matter. However, if the repossession agent has a replevin order from the court the police will assist him in recovering the vehicle.

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